Tuesday, 15 May 2012


Was that documentary 56 up meant to be depressing?   It was supposed to give an insight into social history. The public school boys for the most part chose not to continue to be featured in the documentary probably because they've joined the Masons, are in the law, the city and are self aware enough to know they would appear smug and pompous.   And ultimately make the documentary even more depressing than it already is, revealing the extent of the divide between the haves and have nots.

What with watching that documentary and the news recently which seems to be a odd mixture of relentless rain, Olympic cheer, Jubilee Celebration and admiring Kate Middleton's latest outfit, combined with the tragedy that is Syria, the deaths in Afghanistan, the M15 guy found in a suitcase and parents killing their children, reasons never being explained, plus the news of the continual infighting allegedly between nations on whether the euro is going to sink or swim I'm wondering what the hell is going on.

The cobweb of lies going on between the law, the city, the police, certain parts of the media, in this country and globally actually, seems to have got so complicated and convoluted, the guilty, corrupt and stupid are being seen as guilty, corrupt and stupid almost as if even the manipulators are confused now.   The cobweb - the establishment and systems are redundant.  Why can't we just get rid of the web. We are the spiders after all.  And now Rebekka Brooks has been accused of perverting the course of justice.   (btw, what is the actual definition of that?   Justice that is.  I always realised it was relative but it's becoming utterly non sensical and meaningless.  Anything the government uses as a buzz word or phrase always becomes meaningless.   It was family values, now it's transparency).  All we need now is for a high court judge to be found in a bath house with CEO of an international bank and perhaps that will start the dominos falling, family values and transparency and all.     Please Ms Brooks start spilling the beans.  I don't know if you did pervert the course of justice but I bet you know an awful lot of very powerful people who do....

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